Circus Cravings: Practical
Miramiro wants to be accessible to a wide target audience, for which we commit ourselves every year. We apply this to the locations of our activities (if possible), in our communication but also in public guidance, etc.
For specific questions, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Icons for people with disabilities
Activities for the entire family
Accessible for people in a wheelchair
Accessible for people in a wheelchair, with guidance
Accessible for people with hearing impairment
Accessible to people with intellectual disabilities
Accessible for people with visual impairments
Visiting with a wheelchair
Have you booked your ticket for a wheelchair accessible performance? Then give us a heads up via email@example.com.
In this way we can provide the guidance you might need. One of our volunteers will guide you to your seat before the start and after the performance.
Everyone can enjoy the free program.
For the paying performances we apply fair rates with a reduced rate for under -12 years. Miramiro does not work with UITPas or other rates. In close consultation with a number of social organizations, we invite socially vulnerable people to enjoy the ticketing performances.
Would you like to introduce us to your organisation? Feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizing an event in times of corona, not as easy as it may seem. Here you will find an overview of the measures that you should follow during your visit to Circus Cravings.
These measures are subject to changes by the government in the context of the fight against the pandemic.
Departure for the performance
Don’t forget your mouth mask.
Meet up with your group and go to the performance together. We will let you in as a group.
Doors open 20 minutes before the start of the performance.
If there is a queue at the entrance, keep your distance and follow the advice of our employees.
We ask you to keep the face mask on at all times. When entering and leaving, walking around the square, but also during the indoor performances. When everyone is seated, you can take your mask off during the outdoor performances. When you sit on the terrace, wearing a mask is also not necessary. Not applicable for children under 12.
Make sure your group is complete and on time. You enter the location of the performance together.
All performances have a fixed seating plan. Everyone sits separately with one seat in between.
Our staff will point you to your seat.
Not applicable to the expo and the installations, but keep a safe distance from other visitors.
DURING THE PERFORMANCE
Stay in your seat, don’t move the chairs or benches so that you can sit closer to friends or family.
Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory during the indoor performances. When everyone is seated you can take it off outside. Except for children under 12 years old.
An exception can only be made on presentation of a medical prescription.
AFTER THE PERFORMANCE
Please remain seated after the performance. Visitors are directed row by row to the exit on the instructions of the volunteer on site.
Disinfecting hand gel is provided at the locations.
We take care of cleaning the location before each performance.
We provide mouth masks for visitors who have forgotten their own mask at 1 euro each.
RESPECT THE BASIC RULES
Keep 1,5 m away (between different bubbles)
Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory
Do not shake hands and avoid physical contact
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or disinfect your hands
Cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow
Stay home if you feel sick
Stay home if you showed symptoms 7 days before the event
Stay home if you may have come into contact with a carrier of the coronavirus
Follow the instructions of our volunteers on site closely for the safety of yourself and others.